Office Gigs, You Say?

Miriam Jones live at Darbucka, by Paul Clarke

Miriam Jones live at Darbucka, by Paul Clarke

Some music is just too good not to share.

The problem is often not the quality of the music, but the accessibility of the event where the music is happening.

One concert trend that’s becoming increasing popular in recent years is House Concerts

holding small musical events in your living room. Inviting friends, and turning an evening of music listening into an event. An event where the music is part of an amazing evening. Food, great people, comfort, and the best that the world of music has to offer. The sound is better, the musicians are there to be chatted with, no-one has to travel far or pay high prices for drinks and food in a venue better suited to housing cattle.

So, we thought, why not extend the idea to offices, to places of work? What better way to reward and inspire your staff, colleagues, investors and customers than by hosting a concert.

Could be during lunch, could be for an hour or so after the work day has ended. It Could even been an all-afternoon-take-a-half-day-to-celebrate-a-job-well-done type event.

If that sounds like a good thing to you, then keep reading, cos that’s what we’re here for.

This ISN’T cabaret. it’s not background music. It’s not a way to book a tribute band.

All the performances will be small-scale, easy to set up, self contained, requiring no stage or lighting, just a singer or musician, or maybe a duo, coming down to play some amazing music for you. Simple, artful, more than just entertainment: a unique event.

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